Today in Alexandria, there’s the Eisenhower West Small Area Plan meeting, Karaoke at the Flying Fish, Alexandria Citizen Corps Council, Alexandria Traffic and Parking Board meeting and more. Check our Community Events Calendar for details.
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The 2nd Community Meeting of the Eisenhower West Small Area Plan will be held on Monday, July 28, 2014 from 7:00 – 9:00 PM at Charles E. Beatley Central Library, 5005 Duke Street. The meeting will be preceded by an open house beginning at 6:30 PM for the public to view background material presented at previous meetings.
At the meeting, members of the community will actively participate in a planning workshop to define the desired future for the Eisenhower West Area. The community will be establishing the vision for what the area should become in the next 25 years. Therefore, members of the community are strongly encouraged to attend and participate.
The meeting agenda and materials will be posted later this month on the Eisenhower West Small Area Plan website at www.alexandriava.gov/eisenhowerwest. For additional information or to get involved, contact Radhika Mohan at 703-746-3850.
Weeks ago, I re-introduced the Saturday palate cleanser posts (a.k.a. video of the week) on Red Brick Town. During the week, I post things going on in the neighborhood, about road closures, and news/events happening in the Alexandria, Virginia community. So I thought maybe one post during the week could just be for fun. Therefore, a post that will cleanse the palate.
For this week, given just how much Alexandrians LOVE their pets (especially dogs), here is a video going viral of a schnauzer who hadn’t seen its owner in two years and literally passes out from happiness. According to the video, the schnauzer, Casey, was taken to the vet and is 100% okay.